The Excellence by Choice Postdoc programme is managed by UCMR and UPSC with Emmanuelle Charpentier as patron.
At the turn of the month, Arctic health researchers are gathering in Nuuk, Greenland.
Research aimed at better understanding of future pandemics.
New study shows inactivation of a particular protein complex gives shortage of essential neurotransmitters.
PhD student Ionut Sebastian Mihai is affiliated with MIMS and Industrial Doctoral School and studies T cells.
The detection of physical forces produced by bacterial infection can initiate the immune response.
Metabolites expression varies greatly between subgroups of malignant brain tumors, cancer researchers show.
PARC is a new chemistry research project funded by the EU, with over 200 partners from 28 countries.
Linda Sandblad, appointed Research Infrastructure Fellows by the Foundation for Strategic Research, SSF.
Infection researchers show in Nature structure and mechanism of bacterium A. baumannii attaching pilis.
Umeå researchers have now discovered a new function how cancer cells grow and spread.
Insurance increases utilization of healthcare services but uninsured reported better responsiveness.
IDAlert aims to tackle the emergence of zoonotic pathogens by developing early warning systems.
SWEAH open for new PhD student affiliation. Apply before September 30, 2022!
Almost fifty visitors and a professional broadcast of seminar on COVID-19 in the European Arctic.
Lana Jachmann joined the Barabara Sixt lab and is now a PhD student. She moved to Umeå from Germany
Autofluorescence as a 3D tool provides option for therapies for pancreatic related pathologies,
Even several months after COVID-19, one is still at an increased risk of blood clot and bleeding.
March 5-6, the whole Curiosum is transformed into a makerspace with a lot of fun activities for all ages.
19-20 February Curiosum continues to celebrate that the house opens up for visitors with experimental joy.
She is a postdoc in Barbara Sixt Lab and studies interactions between host and pathogen in chlamydia bacteria.
Oestrogen may have protective effect against becoming seriously ill and dying in COVID-19, according to study.
A pH-induced structural mechanism of membrane remodelling caused by the protein MakA has been discovered.
Vaccine protection against COVID-19 wanes in a few months but remains against serious disease and death.
A recent report challenges the classical view of the Calvin-Benson cycle.
Blood tests may enable more accurate diagnosis of ALS at an earlier stage of the disease, according to study.
Laboratory services are key factors in the delivery of quality care, shows a doctoral thesis.
Mosses ability to absorb carbon from the atmosphere is highly dependent on water conditions, shows a study.
Do you feel like leaving the quiet corner of your home during the Christmas break and activate your family?
A medicine that blocks testosterone does not stop COVID-19, as researchers previously had hoped.
On December 11, Curiosum offers glögg, gingerbread cookies, and sells gifts with a scientific touch.
Paulina Wanrooij named new Wallenberg Academy Fellow and Nasim Sabouri gets another five-years of funding.
On the second of four special weekends at Curiosum, December 4-5, the dome theater and space is in focus.
Anna is a group leader at MIMS and researches virology. She is also a underwater rugby player.
November 20-21, a festive Curiosum is filled with digital creation, robots, gaming and film premiere.
Today, World Antimicrobial Awareness Week kicks off and MIMS launches a series of articles.
On the last of October, the UN Climate Summit COP26 will take place, and the Umeå researcher will be there.
Anne-Marie Fors joined MIMS as a Clinical Research Fellow in 2020 and she is a true cosmopolitan.
People with psychotic or bipolar disorders run higher risk of death from influenza, pneumonia or sepsis.
Umeå University stimulates cutting-edge research with a new program which has Nobel Prize laureate as mentor.
A combination of types of vaccine really gives better protection than if the second dose is a vector vaccine.
New decision from Vice-Chancellor about AI.
Risk of getting infected or seriously ill in COVID-19 is considerably lower if family members are vaccinated.
Adi Utarini is recognized for her fight against Dengue fever.
That issue, and others, were discussed by researchers at the Faculty of Medicine's AI Day.
Life-science and AI researchers will pitch real problems, high-quality data, needs, skills and new ideas.
Professor Maria Nilsson has a leading role as chair.
A possible link between exposure to light during pregnancy and foetal brain development has been discovered.
Specific cell types in human organs can be studied with micrometer precision thanks to a new method.
A clear link between taking antibiotics and increased risk of colon cancer has been found by researchers.